The following commentator writes:
Suffice it to say, it’s also the rebuke of the Harry Potterization of pop culture I’ve been looking for.
Now there is a book called Harry Potterization - which appears to be talking about creating worlds in which you can sell merchandise and spin-offs.
There is a discussion about the Harry Potterization of modern life, in which they appear to assume that Harry Potter invented the fans losing a sense of balance and proportion with a fun myth, and dressing up and going nuts about it.
There is a discussion stating the Harry Potterization of Star Wars is about how Mediclorians involve 'being born with it' and eliminate the idea of democratic spiritual progress opportunity open to all.
The original discussion referred to it as a kind of 'small world of relationships' in which you first crush is your spouse and everyone is related. (But arguably that was always there in Star Wars).
My question is: What does 'the Harry Potterization of pop-culture' [in Star Wars] refer to?