Every year sees at least one unexpected movie make it into the top ten (recent years have had the likes of Maleficent, Gravity and The Hunger Games rake in the green) and for 2015 that movie looks like it could be Tomorrowland. Brad Bird's second live-action outing, this is one of the big "original" ideas of 2015 and from the teaser trailer the film looks more than happy to embrace the creativity that affords. Loosely inspired by the DisneyWorld area, thus far its plot, characters and even vague concept have been something of a mystery, which makes it an ideal surprise for audiences. Disney has squandered a Pixar talent dabbling in live-action before, but if handled right this can easily be a world away from John Carter. If the marketing pushes that it's a high-concept sci-fi and highlights Bird's back catalogue (listing The Iron Giant, The Incredibles, Ratatouille, Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol speaks for itself), Tomorrowland should feel like a real must-see, despite its theme park origins. This is included on the list with a caveat - it has to be good. Most later entries will make truck-loads almost irrespective of quality, but as an essentially new property Tomorrowland needs to have great reviews to draw people in and strong word of mouth to build blockbusting momentum.