Potteresque

Potteresque

(ˈpɒtəˌrɛsk)
adj
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) resembling or suggestive of scenes and situations described in the Harry Potter novels of J. K. Rowling
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Blurrt claims to have designed a new metric to analyse social media conversations using "some Harry Potteresque math wizardry" - but S4C's representatives do not expect their investment to pay off.
Meanwhile, a scrim screen allows all kinds of special effects, including a Harry Potteresque fly by over the rooftops of London, and a clever extended 3D sequence which has the audience screaming and laughing as sea monsters come looming towards them through the auditorium.
If he should read the works of JK Rowling he might compare the events at Dublin Castle to a Harry Potteresque Department of Coincidences where huge mistakes are made but no one can remember making them.
I assume it is a Harry Potteresque Portkey and once the cyclist reaches the end they are transported to their destination invisibly and safely.
Gallagher's useful if reductive comparison of Plater with that more visible television auteur, Dennis Potter, could have been developed--how Potteresque that Beiderbecke dressed Bolam as Plater!
Rowling, it's good fun to look for Potteresque shadows in The Silkworm (Hachette Audio, $40, 17.5 hours, ISBN 9781478980902), the second in her acclaimed new series starring Cormoran Strike, a London private eye who lost a leg in Afghanistan.
So instead of an angst-ridden, Potteresque hero a la Percy Jackson, we've got a 19-year-old nerdy physics geek played with youthful appeal by Jay Baruchel (Tropic Thunder, She's Out Of My League).
The session is pounds 3 per child, or free for RSPB members and for children who come in witch, wizard or any Harry Potteresque costume.
But without this ability, metamaterial-based imaging and Potteresque cloaks of invisibility would be limited.
It's all very modern with smoke-effect Harry Potteresque desserts and displays of other-wordly branches lit behind glass, and yet Texture feels warm, thanks in to M Rousset's hugely personable front-of-house team.
"Promoted to Glory" is an enriching tale of the power of love, one sprinkled with Dennis Potteresque moments of fiction and fantasy.