4. The good outcome will be something leftwing, and the villain will be defeated in-part by some failing of his/her rightwing ideology.
Left-wing and right-wing are overused and meaningless terms. In the traditional sense, there are many things that aren't either right-wing or left-wing. Liberalism (note: not libertarianism) is not left-wing -- the idea that the individual is the most important favours neither the elites (right wing) or the masses (left-wing). In fact, liberalism is fundamentally more right-wing than left-wing, as commercialism enables freedom of choice more than the social norms of a collectivised society does.
And that is what Hollywood goes for in the end -- the triumph of the individual. The individual may triumph over an enemy state (Sean Connory's submarine captain vs USSR: Hunt for Red October); representatives of the USA (Enemy of the State); a corporation; the Dark Lord of Mordor; a natural disaster; an industrial accident; a war... whatever.
It's an old standard in fiction, but Hollywood has focused on it almost exclusively. Team movies have mostly failed until recently, which is why the success of the X-Men and the Avengers was such a surprise to everyone.