Ok movie erm - 2 girls are on a bike ride, one of bikes break, so one stays and the other goes...
off for help, she does not return, later found out she has been raped and murdered, so other girl goes to police .... in the end it turns out the policeman she goes to is killer ... oh I think it may be set in France, not too sure
by ngureco 6 years ago
Should Girls Ride Bikes?
by Peeples 4 years ago
Why does riding a bike or moped get looked down on in much of the USA?I live in southern USA, and it seems that here there is a negative view of people who ride bikes or mopeds or even walk to get where they need to go. It is seen by many as being poor or low class. Isn't riding bikes or mopeds a...
by lupine 5 years ago
Do you think it is ok to break-up a relationship by email?Today, many things are communicated by email. Do you think a relationship break-up is acceptable by email, or should it be done in person or by phone where you can hear an actual voice.
by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS 2 years ago
One of the most memorable themes that I heard was the one from “JAWS.” Every time I hear those two introductory chords; it reminds me of something out there in the depths of the ocean that still exists and can truly devour you. Two more great ones are from the “Star Wars” and “Indiana...
by jaclyntommer 5 years ago
I need help figuring out what movie this is: ok I think its a little of an older movie. theres thisgirl who has a very rich dad and shes a bitchy teen. she has a black bestfriend and I remember a scene where they were on the high way (the 2 girls and the black chicks boyf) and another where the...
by Kathleen Cochran 5 years ago
Do you think more of a wife who leaves a cheating husband or one who stays with him?Started to do a hub on past sex scandals in Washington. Where are they now kind of thing. Too depressing. But it made me wonder: Do you think more of a wife who leaves a cheating husband or one who stays?
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