Welcome the board, @Kimb!
I haven't seen this movie, but it sounds pretty entertaining. Thought I might be able to give you some pointers, and others can jump in if I'm leading you astray.
Judging others seems like something you'd find at the bottom of the chart, in the Character level. When you're looking at the Domain level and thinking genre-ally, try to think more broadly. It's a holiday comedy, right? So, where does the comedy seem to come from? Think of the parts that make you laugh out loud.
As of right now there are
* 2 OS Psychology / MC Universe stories (Elf, The Santa Claus)
* 2 OS Universe / MC Physics stories (Home Alone, The Simpson Christmas Special)
* 1 OS Physics / MC Mind story (Planes, Trains and Automobiles)
I wouldn't say that's enough for a definitive trend yet. You'll see in the Elf analysis we started by going with the trend, and were completely wrong. A trend is just a trend, regardless. There is always the possibility for outliers. I'd use the trend to get a general sense of where the stories in that genre lie, and then compare Fred Claus to those. Think of the stories as people and compare their personalities.
I got burned by this on the Planes, Trains and Automobiles analysis. I thought there was enough Drama and heavy emotional moments to make it a Stop story. Turns out we were wrong. I think @jhull has a blog post somewhere where he used Audience Appreciations like Surmountable/Overwhelming odds to analyze Ex Machina and ended up with the wrong storyform! If he can mess it up, then we're definitely going to! Audience Appreciations are more subjective. Let the story dictate to you and try to avoid projecting onto the story.
I'd say you probably have a handle on this so far:
Problem Solving Style: Linear (I'm taking this as a given. I can't imagine Vince Vaughn comedy being a Holistic MC, but correct me if I'm wrong!)
Driver: Optionlock (Another given)
- Outcome: Success
- Judgment: Good
Which is good start. I'd really try to get a feel for the Genre level and makes sure you're thinking really broadly before you continue down to the other levels. Also, try to peg down the OS in a short description.
One last note, it is very possible that the story isn't complete enough to find the Author's intent. Just know that that is one the table and might be why you're bouncing around so much. Even still, I think doing an analysis on anything will help you grow your knowledge, regardless of the outcome.
I'll try to watch the movie if I get some time, but you're off to a good start!