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Times of India
: That an accident can propel the movie would seem silly, but Edgar's affection for his car, a vintage Ford Mustang, is brilliantly portrayed.
: Being Mollywood's first release this year, there's a lot riding on director Binu S' Style. While it lacks actors from the A-list, both Unni Mukundan and Tovino Thomas have expanded their fan base over the past two years to carry a project. And, they do not disappoint.
The film follows the life of Tom, an engineer-turned-car modifier, his family and friends. The first half is dedicated to the budding romance between Tom (Unni) and Diya (Priya). During one of those scenes, Diya accidentally hits the car of the antagonist Edgar Pinto (Tovino). This results in a tussle between the men and an ensuing cat-and-mouse game completes the plot.
That an accident can propel the movie would seem silly, but Edgar's affection for his car, a vintage Ford Mustang, is brilliantly portrayed by Tovino. Unni looks tentative in his lover boy role, but shifts up a gear (no pun intended) during the action scenes. His physique and gritty expressions makes over-the-top stunts believable. Style proves that he is improving with every film.
Tovino Thomas manages to steal the show, especially during his solo sequences, when he's not in the middle of an ego brawl with Tom. While the action sequences do pack a punch, it could have been trimmed. For instance, the first 10 seconds of the encounter between Edgar and Tom makes more impact than the following five minutes of goon bashing. The visualisation of Jassie Gift-composed songs is a treat to watch. Sinoj P Ayyappan has done a commendable job in presenting a captivating fare.