After reviewing my papers I have concluded that I need to seriously consider that I am not always speaking directly to the person reading. I recognize that it is easier for me to have a conversation than it is to write without doing the same. It seems that I try too hard to go more indepth with the topic and end up losing myself in an analytical debate over right and wrong. Addressing this issue has been a real challenge and has encouraged me to go back and make sure that I am still on topic. Although the paper I chose for my least successful paper received a higher grade, it was the one I like the least. I wanted to zoom in on one particular aspect of the film my partner and I chose and analyze it. Instead we chose several and it seemed to me that my thoughts were all over the place. I wanted to slow down and explain every major scene and challenge myself to answer the question â€œwhy.â€? My most successful paper was the one I had the most fun with. I did answer the wrong questions and analyze the wrong subject however, I enjoyed stepping outside the box and going beyond what the assignment required. After reviewing what all I did wrong, I had a better understanding of what was expected and tried my best to stay on track. I still was able to think outside the box and enjoyed doing a rewrite for this topic.