Trois 2: Pandora's Box (2002)





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A woman's infidelity leads her into a web of larceny and danger in this noir-flavored independent thriller. Mia DuBois (Monica Calhoun) is a psychologist who until recently worked with the police department, counseling the survivors of victims of violent crime. While Mia has entered into a successful private practice, she's persuaded by her former colleagues to take on new client, Tammy (Chrystale Wilson), who is still dealing with the recent murder of her husband. As Mia helps Tammy with her problems, Mia finds herself thinking about her own marriage to Victor (Kristoff St. John), which has hardly been happy lately. As Mia begins wondering if she has other options, she visits a mysterious nightclub, Pandora's Box, where she meets the sexy and mysterious Hampton (Michael Jai White). Mia soon begins having an affair with Hampton, unaware that Hampton is actually working with Victor and Tammy; Mia is soon to inherit $20 million, and Victor is determined to get his hands on the money. Hampton soon shifts his alliances to stay with Mia, but Victor and Tammy are not giving up their shares of the fortune quite so easily. Pandora's Box also features former teen heartthrob Joey Lawrence in a supporting role.
R (for strong sexuality, some violence, language and drug use)
Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Michael Jai White
as Hampton Hines
Monica Calhoun
as Mia DuBois
Kristoff St. John
as Victor DuBois
Joey Lawrence
as Det. Anderson
Tyson Beckford
as Lance Racine
Beauty Jackson
as Mistress
Stan Klimecko
as Mickey Bassinger
Chrystale Wilson
as Tammy Racine
Marvin Dixon
as Man in Club
Jennifer Cosper
as Forensic
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Critic Reviews for Trois 2: Pandora's Box

All Critics (4) | Top Critics (3)

This first scene doesn't promise much beyond fevered sex, a murder mystery and befuddling behavior.

September 27, 2002
Houston Chronicle
Top Critic

What sounds like a David Lynch movie plays like soft-core porn.

September 27, 2002
Detroit Free Press
Top Critic

Sleep-inducing from its threadbare plot to the stagy sex scenes that are its sole reason for existing, it plays more like the detritus banished to the hinterlands of late-night cable television.

Full Review… | September 26, 2002
Dallas Morning News
Top Critic

You want mild sexiness and an instantaneous desire to fall asleep? Try Trois 2.

January 24, 2004
Apollo Guide

Audience Reviews for Trois 2: Pandora's Box

The story was okay, the acting was horrible. The best actor in the entire thing was Joey Lawrence and his partner was second best. Seriously it was attrocious! The whole thing was pretty predictable too, they thought they had some twists and turns in it, but not really.

Sarah Helwig
Sarah Helwig

Yes! They made a two and I am very happy! They also made another one. Sex, sexy, sexiest. What can I say?

Charlene Rhodes-Verner
Charlene Rhodes-Verner

actually 10 stars this shit is even sexier than the 1st one whew I could have played a role in this movie 4 sho!

Latrice Jackson
Latrice Jackson

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