Have you read any Harry Potter books? Maybe you have - but how many times? Fifth former Marissa Tse Sau-ming has read each of the four books by J. K. Rowling four times. 'I ordered the first book online. Once I started reading, I could not put them down,' said the 16-year-old. She remembers every twist and turn of the story. She gave correct answers to all three questions in the Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone competition, which appeared in Young Post on November 28. One of the questions, Who is accidentally whisked into the air by his broom?, was supposed to be 'difficult'. The answer is Neville Longbottom, Harry's schoolmate at Hogwarts who is the target of bullies. Surprisingly, Young Post received more than 100 entries with the correct answers. Sau-ming and Clara Ng Cheuk-hin, 15, won two pairs of tickets, courtesy of Warner Bros, to the premiere of the blockbuster movie at the Convention and Exhibition Centre on Tuesday. They were excited to see their favourite characters and how the story had been adapted for the screen. 'The little actors in the film are really good. And Daniel [Harry Potter] is so cute when he smiles,' said Sau-ming. However, being a die-hard Potter fan, she was disappointed that the film had dropped certain parts of the book. 'Some parts of the book should not have been cut and I really hope to see the four-hour version,' she said. More than 240 minutes of film were reportedly edited down to make the version of the movie on release. Cheuk-hin agreed: 'The technology was really great, but some of the situations were not like what I had imagined.' Fans arrived at the Hong Kong premiere dressed up as wizards and brought brooms, magic wands and replicas of Potter's pet owl, Hedwig. The majority were Potter look-alikes, and some even wore the distinctive scar on their forehead.