blockbustery

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

blockbuster +‎ -y

Adjective[edit]

blockbustery (comparative more blockbustery, superlative most blockbustery)

  1. (film) Having one or more characteristics associated with a blockbuster, such as commercial success, a large budget, or glossy production values
    He's a very blockbustery screenwriter.
    • 2003, June 24, Michael Atkinson[1], page The Village Voice:
      You're never sure that what you'll see will be completely safe and blockbustery.