For a better experience on MUBI, update your browser.

Ratings & Reviews

  1. Wee Hunk's rating of the film The Silent Partner

    Elliot Gould and Donald Sutherland ruled the 70's. If you were a fan, you probably won't be disappointed by this film. It's a bit of a contradiction. It's Canadian, but not very polite. Violent and with bits of nudity thrown in. John Candy has a low key role, but watch out for Plummer, who goes a bit overboard with the eyeliner. He's very pretty.

  2. Droog811's rating of the film The Silent Partner

    3 1/2 stars actually. Enjoyable cat and mouse bank robbery movie with Elliot Gould playing a smart thinking bank teller that realizes nasty Christopher Plummer is going to rob his place of employment. The fun starts when Plummer tries to get the money that Gould has taken that the police think Plummer has stolen. Great screenplay by Curtis Hanson too.

  3. Muraki's rating of the film The Silent Partner

  4. J.J. 'Jake' Gittes's rating of the film The Silent Partner

    Is this a heist? Not really. Is this a thriller? Not really. "The Silent Partner" fails to constantly create and hold an atmosphere of excitement and suspense. Over a long distance I rather had the feeling of watching a comedy. The problem with the movie is, it is neither fish nor meat. Partially a bit boring as well.

  5. Laurs Kemp's rating of the film The Silent Partner

    A flawed but generally enjoyable film. A great concept for a heist film that withered somewhere in the execution. I would love to see a modern remake.

  6. Stephen Campbell's rating of the film The Silent Partner

    A suitably nasty performance from Plummer makes this a film worth seeking out

  7. Daniel S.'s rating of the film The Silent Partner

    Elliott Gould, Susannah York and Christopher Plummer are outstanding in this Canadian thriller which is really a little gem deserving to be rediscovered in DVD. Curtis Hanson's screenplay is really top-notch. Highly recommended.