His name is Ralph. That scene made me laugh so hard at its realism.
By far the least bad of the three in the trilogy, but still not all that great.
The flaws* in the economic thinking are kind of deal killers for me, but I had to go see it to see the perfect nanar trilogy.
*Dude, seriously, you expect me to believe that a small group of people will be able to economically succeed when real world evidence points the other direction?
I have two bones to pick with the movie that could have otherwise been in the top tier of sci fi movies.
1. The military theme. There is enough glorification of war in the wider culture already. This movie, while not glorifying war, didn't really detract from that idea either. I was mostly ready to overlook that until...
2. The ending. If you've seen it either you liked the last minute or didn't. I hated the last minute and felt it detracted from the movie enormously. It was hinted at earlier in the movie and seemingly put down only to come back unnecessarily.