In the movie "Zeitgeist", Peter Joseph says, "In the Old Testament there's the story of Joseph. Joseph was a prototype for Jesus. Joseph was born of a miracle birth, Jesus was born of a miracle birth. Joseph was of 12 brothers, Jesus had 12 disciples. Joseph was sold for 20 pieces of silver, Jesus was sold for 30 pieces of silver. Brother "Judah" suggests the sale of Joseph, disciple "Judas" suggests the sale of Jesus. Joseph began his work at the age of 30, Jesus began his work at the age of 30. The parallels go on and on."
Joseph was not born of a miracle birth. His father, Jacob, was probably in his seventies when he conceived Joseph, but there's nothing "miraculous" about that. Celebrities like Rupert Murdoch, Charlie Chaplin, Anthony Quinn and Saul Bellow bore children well into their seventies and eighties, yet no one would call any of those "miracles". In fact, Joseph even had a younger brother.
And notice that he says "Joseph was of 12 brothers, Jesus had 12 disciples". Did you catch it? He's counting Joseph among the brothers, but not counting Jesus among His disciples. In other words, Joseph had 11 brothers, making this "comparison" nonsense.
Also, Judas did not "suggest" the sale of Jesus. Even if this could be called a "sale" (which it really can't), the offer was made by the pharisees, not by Judas.
On top of that, Joseph did not "begin his work at the age of thirty". At the age of thirty, Joseph was promoted to second-in-command over Egypt, but he'd already worked for Potiphar as superintendant of his household, followed by at least two years in prison, where he was in charge of other prisoners. So his "work" had begun at least two years prior to when he turned thirty.
No, the parallels don't "go on and on". In fact, they don't even begin.