I watched it tonight in a theater in Leipzig, Germany-- heart of the former communist DDR. Went to an "original version" showing, in English; generally all films are shown almost exclusively in German here.
So I was curious how many people in my theater grasped the meaning behind a number of the themes. First:
1. The irony of "Peace in our Time." The American value: Supposedly, we learned a lesson from that, Obama's current policies notwithstanding. I'd say Germans don't learn about Neville Chamberlain in school.
--The American value embodied in this theme was demonstrated by Reagan's "peace through strength."
2. Great effort to avoid innocent lives lost. Recent issues with drones notwithstanding.
3. A moral obligation to fight evil.
4. Hot chicks in tight pants.
Also, I suspect the "We're here to help" anti-gov meme went over the heads of most of my socialism-steeped German neighbors.
What American values did you discern?