Alfonso Cuaron managed to pull off that trick with the last ``Potter''movie, the lyrical ``Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
What does POA stand for?
POA stands for Prisoner of Azkaban
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- Price of Anarchy (game theory)
- Price On Application
- Price on Arrival
- Priced on Agreement
- Pride of America (camp and Norwegian Cruise Line cruise ship)
- Pride of Arizona (University of Arizona marching band)
- Priester Ohne Amt (German: Priests without an Office)
- Principle of Accounts (tuition)
- Principles of Accounting
- Prison Officers' Association (UK)
- Privately Owned Animal
- Probability of Adequacy (insurance industry)
- Probability of Area
- Procrastinators of America
- Production Organization Approval
- Profession of Arms
- Profit on Ordinary Activities
- Program for Older Adults (various organizations)
- Program of Activities (various organizations)
- Programa Operativo Anual (Spanish: Annual Operating Program; various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
7 After missing out on a role in 2001's Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone, he landed a part in the 2004 sequel, Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban.
Proving that Potter still pulls in the punters -- it has taken pounds 45m at the box office this year -- the Prisoner of Azkaban won the Feature Film Bafta.
The Prisoner of Azkaban is the first film to take more than pounds 5m on a single day in the UK.
The UK release of The Prisoner of Azkaban was brought forward to coincide with a bank holiday and the first day of the school half-term holidays.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is sure to be a massive hit at cinemas, and follow in the footsteps of Harry's two earlier outings, when it goes on general release today.
CINEMAS are bracing themselves for the opening of Harry Potter And the Prisoner of Azkaban on the Bank Holiday tomorrow.
Byline: By Damon Smith Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban (Cert PG, 141mins) Family/action/drama.