C.C. and Company

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"Loving, brawling and bustin' it up!"
  • PG
  • 1970
  • 1 hr 30 min
  • 4.8  (994)

C.C. and Company is a 1970 action-comedy movie directed by Seymour Robbie and starring Joe Namath, Ann-Margret, and William Smith. Joe Namath plays the titular character, C.C. Ryder, a biker and womanizer who becomes involved in a dangerous plot when he is hired by a beautiful woman named Ann McCalley, played by Ann-Margret. The movie begins with C.C. Ryder and his gang of bikers running into trouble with the law while on a ride through a small town. After a brief standoff with the police, C.C. meets Ann McCalley, a wealthy woman who is on the run from her ruthless husband, a gangster named Moon, played by William Smith. Ann hires C.C. to be her bodyguard and to help her find evidence against her husband that can be used to put him behind bars. Although C.C. is initially hesitant to get involved, Ann's charm and the promise of a large sum of money convince him to help her.

As C.C. and Ann hit the road together on her motorcycle, they are pursued by Moon's henchmen, who are out to stop them from finding the evidence that Ann needs to take down her husband. C.C. and Ann navigate a series of dangerous situations, including run-ins with other bikers, a high-speed chase on a train track, and a shootout at a deserted desert hotel. Along the way, C.C. begins to fall for Ann, and their journey becomes as much about their burgeoning romance as it is about taking down Moon.

One of the notable aspects of C.C. and Company is the presence of a number of real-life bikers in the movie, including members of the Hells Angels and the Chosen Few Motorcycle Club. Their inclusion adds authenticity to the movie's portrayal of biker culture, although some viewers may find the use of actual bikers in a fictional movie to be somewhat exploitative.

Another highlight of the movie is the chemistry between Joe Namath and Ann-Margret. Namath, who was a football player before becoming an actor, brings a natural athleticism to the role of C.C., while Ann-Margret is as alluring and charismatic as ever as Ann McCalley. Their scenes together crackle with energy and sexual tension, and their chemistry helps to carry the movie even when the plot begins to drag.

Overall, C.C. and Company is a fun, lighthearted action movie that is perfect for fans of 70s cinema. While it may not be a masterpiece of filmmaking, it's an enjoyable ride that features a great cast and some thrilling set pieces. Whether you're a fan of biker movies or just looking for a fun evening of entertainment, C.C. and Company is definitely worth checking out.

C.C. and Company is a 1970 action movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 30 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.8.

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    1 hr 30 min
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    4.8  (994)