As a poetry major, I've always had a soft spot for constraint. Limericks are probably my favorite because they're quick and concise and the rhyme patterns almost inevitably make them hilarious.
One of my favorite limericks is actually from a movie, the unforgettable Renee Zellweger 2001 classic by the name of Bridget Jone's Diary.
The limerick goes like this:
There was once a woman from Ealing
Who had a particular feeling.
She lay on her back,
And opened her crack
And pissed all over the ceiling.
That's my favorite limerick in a movie, but what about a favorite movie as a limerick? These redditors have taken poetry to the next level by describing their favorite movies solely using the limerick constraint.
How many of these movies can you guess just by reading the poem? No cheating!