The obvious Nativity subtext aside, I don't think of this movie as commentary about the future; it's about every generation. Past, present and future. The signs are all there. The idea isn't religious; it's universal, all faiths and beliefs. We see what we want to see in art, our own beliefs and our own thoughts reflected back on us. What this film does is it crosses boundaries to mix all together about one single idea that brings them into one, four-lettered word: hope.
The Nativity Story (movie). Some may call it overrated, but I think it's underrated. Wonderful filming, the actors were perfect for the roles, not overly cheesy. In short, the film didn't cater to Hollywood as much as one might expect.
Oscar Isaac is a Guatemalan-born American actor and singer. He is known for his lead roles in Inside Llewyn Davis, for which he received a Golden Globe Award nomination, A Most Violent Year and Ex Machina. He will star in the upcoming films Star Wars: The Force Awakens and X-Men: Apocalypse.