Good movie- sure, Jackie Chan is great!
But, getting down to it, before we ask if something is true, we need to know if we're able to find out. Is it knowable? Can we know? What is knowledge? What are we, to even ask that question?
If we follow that line of thinking from the popular assumption that we are all random collections of cells, which we assume are random collections, ultimately, of atomic particles, then lose three key pieces to finding out any answers. Life, order, and personality. In a random universe there is no way for any of them to develop, and for them to exist is a direct violation of the laws of science.
First, Life may be continued from one organism to its offspring, but it is not reproducible. Even the most orderly and controlled experiments fail, and the model for life's origins is neither. The one experiment, decades old now, that was claimed to have produced "life in a test tube" was shown, in attempts to repeat it, that the first container had not been sufficiently sealed, and the "findings" turned out to be contamination! If you are alive, that life came from somewhere.
Order, whether living or inert, always tends toward disorder. A pile of mud has yet to collapse upward into a brick office building. In fact, it takes a lot of energy in baking the brick, producing the steel straps, making the mortar, and developing and using the skills to lay the bricks to keep those bricks from too soon collapsing back into a pile of mud! Or, can an old person naturally grow young? Some might point out that young people, especially Japanese, are growing taller than previous generations, but a closer look shows nutrition, and not some genetic mystery, as the cause. More energy going into a system, more energy inherent in the system; but the "energy" will dissipate, and those young
will also soon be old.
Physics tells us that everything comes from something. Energy cannot be created or destroyed within the limits of our material Universe, and all matter (anything that can have any weight or take up any space) is, in simple terms, compressed energy. Everything has a source, and the source is always greater. The ball might be rolling down hill, but how did it get up there? It made for a silly song a few years ago, but we really don't look for three-pound birds laying five-pound eggs, do we? If our lives have a source, and that source is greater then it can't have been a chimp, a frog, or a pond scum, can it? If we apply this to the Universe itself, the entire Universe had to have come from something, as
it cannot have created itself, and it has to have been designed and fashioned to possess such amazing order and complexity. It doesn't quite look like we're alone, does it?
The mind, and personality, raise the stakes considerably. At last look, "Modern Science" still does not know what the mind is, and assumes it to be located in the skull just for the sake of discussion. When we go from the mind to the intricately complex personality, all bets are off. The one explanation left on the table is, "In the beginning, God..!"
So, if we want to know who we are, the question is askable. The answer is knowable, because there is an orderly, created, reality which can be known. That we can know, and the Universe can be known, suggests that there is a Creator, an Artist, if you will, who wishes to be known in it.
All this is based on those first three words in the Bible. Wonder what else is there!