I've seen this three times now, and while it does feel a bit dated with very specific references to a time that I have no memory of, some small decisions here and there are quite odd to me, and Bill Murray may sell the cynical corporate jerkoff a little too well compared to his nicer side, there's still a lot of fun to be had with this 80's corporate/media version of the Christmas Carol formula.
Just saw Paddington 2 with my family and man was that absolute wholesomekino. Everything that was amazing in the first Paddington is even better in here. Every performance is great. Paddington as a character is so charming and sincere. The comedy is hilarious. There are tons of little details packed into scenes it's easy to miss, and the comedy gives off a vibe reminiscent of classic slapstick comedies. They even reference Charlie Chaplin and one segment seemed inspired by Buster…
It was a lot to take in, but I think I really liked it. Great atmosphere, really nails the feel of the period and has a very physical feel to it. Funnier than I expected, and more sexual than I expected. There's a lot going on, but the core dynamic between the two amazing performances is really solid. Not so much really scary but an interesting delve into sea-themed, isolated madness. I highly recommend it if you're prepared for the weird sexual stuff.