Fiedler brings his trademark high-pitched squeal to the beloved, childlike Piglet. The other voice actors are just as good, with each one providing great heart and verve for their respective characters.
Screenwriter Brian Hohlfeld imbues the animals with the easily recognizable foibles and insecurities that have made Milne's stories (and the films adapted from them) so endearing through the generations.
Speaking as someone who has not visited the planet of Milne in decades, I was pleased to return to a place where words such as 'eureka' and 'aha' are central to the vocabulary: expressions of discovery and affirmation.
Although time considerations have forced screenwriter Brian Hohlfeld to strip away the subtle complexities of Milne's plotting, he's managed to retain the aching melancholy of animal characters whose persistent self-doubt has a human resonance.