To be precise, when looking at examples from the first testament, it is not ‘us’ and ‘we’ (christians).
Those texts speak about the people of Israel.
In the death of Moses prophecy it is explained that Messiah is to lead ‘us’ into the promised land.
We, christians, are saved by Messiah’s blood on the door posts of our heart, went out of ‘Egypt’, through a time of testing (desert) and entered spiritual in the promised land. Ephesians 2:4-6.
When Jesus comes back, we will meet Him in the sky, while our bodies will be changed too to an eternal state. In a way that is a promised land.
The Israelites will also be resurrected, but not in the same way as ‘we’ christians.
They will be ‘resurrected’ a short time after ‘us’ when the Lord will gather them from all over the world and bring them in the land of Israel. See Ezekiel 37.
The Jubilee prophecy
The film says: “When the Messiah returns we will be taken into the land, the land will be returned to us and all will settle in their respective tribe and the tribe's allotted division of land, for those of us that do not have a tribe.”
This is a very strange idea. The first testament doesn’t speak about christians, it speaks about the people of Israel.
All Israelites will be gathered by Jesus after He returns and be brought into the land of Israel. Those are the branches that were broken off.
All believers, Jews and christians, are the body of Christ, they are part of the olive tree. They, or better said: we, will get immortal bodies. Believing Jews and believers of the gentiles.
The broken off branches, and the branches that are on the olive tree, are two separate entities.
The Esther prophecy.
The film says: “Esther pictures us as the bride before the throne room of our King.”
Why ‘us’? When you read your bible well you will see that the bible tells us a lot about Israel. It tells us that God married Israel, divorced her, but will marry her again. Hosea 2.
Jesus Christ is the head of the body, the believers. Head and body are one.
The head will marry the bride, likewise will marry the body the bride.
There is a lot more to say about this subject, but a comment is not the right place.
Besides these remarks, the films are great! Learned a lot!