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There never were two peas in a pod more alike than Signor Joachim Fernando Pereira, and my late servant, John Taylor the deserter.”
Peas in a Pod ( Chinese: 他她他) is a 2013 Singaporean romantic drama film directed by Michelle Chong.    The film was the acting debut of Jae Liew.  Plot [ edit ] In addition to a 3-way chat, they have had a number of guests on the podcast to talk about their field of expertise, the lionshare of which have grown up or live in Bristol. We are constantly celebrating Bristol on this podcast and all it has to offer. The podcast has also reviewed events, books, go-karting venues, theme parks, restaurants and even a school reunion! So as you can see from the above we are not pigeon holed whatsoever, the only constant is fun! This expression has been used for nearly 200 years now, though it is probably much older. The earliest I could find it in print is from the early 19th century, from a book by Catherine G. Ward called The Widow’s Choice, or, One, Two, Three, 1823: But it all unfolds like a poorly-cut soap opera. Chong splices earlier moments together in a montage that could easily alienate or annoy audiences, driving home the point of her tale in so obvious a way that it makes her characters seem more creepy than complicated. It doesn't help that her three lead actors aren't quite strong enough to carry the darker aspects of the material. Chen does the best, most impressive work, but it feels like a thankless task for the poor man when all is said, done and revealed.
Singaporean Penny, Korean Peter, and Taiwanese Perry are schoolmates at an Australian University. Just before graduation, they decide to take a road trip together. There are little moments in 3 Peas In A Pod that work quite well. Her three young, telegenic leads – all making their cinematic debuts, with Liew never having acted before – share a believable chemistry in the film's more light-hearted moments. Everything looks great: Chong is clearly working with a larger budget and more sponsors after the runaway success of her first film, Almost Famous. This means she has the resources to bring her camera into the sky, and she captures some lovely aerial footage of this road trip across the unspoilt natural beauty of the Australian countryside. The 3 Peas of the film's title are a trio of best friends: Penny (newcomer Jae Liew), Peter (Alexander Lee Eusebio) and Perry (Calvin Chen of Taiwanese boyband Fahrenheit). Their college years have come to an end, and angsty rich boy Peter suggests that they take a trip across Australia before they must return to their respective home countries. Along the way, their friendship deepens but is also sorely tested, as the three try to figure out just what they're feeling while trapped in an awkward, hormonally-charged triangle of love and a little lust. a b c Lim, Yan Liang (13 November 2013). "Young stars brave heat, cold and flies". The Straits Times. Singapore.
Guests have ranged from TV personalities, sports stars, musicians, influencers, restuarants, directors, street food vendors, photographers, street artists, nutritionists, comedians, chefs, fundraisers, entrepreneurs and a poet (see episode index and showcase slides for more). What works considerably less well is Chong's script. The first hour or so is passably fluffy, as Penny pines after Peter and Perry tries to get in the way. The dialogue isn't particularly good, but it's adequate. Then, Chong switches gears, throwing a twist in near the end of the film that's intriguing in its intent but hopelessly flawed in its execution. In retrospect, it's easy to see what she's going for: the shift in tone is meant to lend depth and complexity to an otherwise feather-light chronicle of these three friends' literal and romantic (mis)adventures.Mary and Donna’s favorite place in the house is the kitchen. They have a passion for cooking and are birds of a feather with regard to food.
The film released in theatres in Singapore and Japan on 14 November 2013.    Reception [ edit ]This idiom likely stems from the fact that two peas inside of a pod are nearly identical in terms of how they look (you can see this depicted in the picture above). Indeed, if you pulled out a couple of peas and placed them side by side, they would be practically indistinguishable from one another. Although their size may differ slightly, both peas are both green, round, and small. Thus, a comparison is drawn—two people who share similarities are like two peas in a pod. No one episode is the same, it ranges from the three lads chatting about what they have been up to, making TV recommendations and using random questions to drive out witty banter and conversation. There are a few regular segments throughout. The “Room of Doom”, which is a play on the BBC one show Room 101, and also “Rich’s Rant”, which is a platform for Rich to get his latest bug bears off his chest.