||[All] Agatha Christie's Murder, She Said/Murder Most Foul, are totally delightful, and Rutherford herself is exquisite, feeding the films' narrative surprises while remaining fully reactive to her surroundings. Her face is a factory of contours and expressions, working overtime. In Foul her character's curiosity having been piqued by serving on a hung jury for a murder case, she decides to investigate it on her own and ends up joining an acting troupe (to audition, she recites The Ballad of Dan Magrew), in which one of the performers is the murderer. Ron Moody co-stars. The solution, however, is not as elegant as the solution in Said . The two films on Agatha Christie's Murder at the Gallop/ Murder Ahoy are closer in spirit to Murder Most Foul , but both are highly engaging.