I think the story is pretty heavily flawed, especially since it tries to spin both plates with Newt trying to find the animals and Graves trying to find the Obscurus. There's an interesting moment in the movie where Newt has found the last animal, and his arc is done. So he and his friends are sitting on a rooftop, and they just happen to stumble into the Obscurus plot.
I'm curious how you came up with Change, Success, and Good. At the very end of the movie, Newt does say, "I think I've changed... maybe a little," but darned if I could tell you what that change was. Who is his Influence Character that inspired that change? Like you said, it's pretty confusing. I also thought the ending was really depressing, so I thought there had to be something negative somewhere. Is it a Failure, because Newt couldn't save the Obscurus? Or is it Bad, because even though "stopping the Obscurus" was the goal, the way it was achieved was negative? Newt was ultimately unable to convince the other wizards to see the beauty in every animal, no matter its appearance. There's also that scene where everything gets reset, and it's painted as this "we failed; wizardry is stuck exactly where it is" sort of moment. (Or at least, that's how I interpreted it.)
I normally see the good in just about every movie, so the fact that I came out of this one going, "...Huh, that was kind of a mess" probably points to it being an inexpertly crafted Tale.