We begin our countdown with the 10th highest grossing movie of the year: Star Trek Into Darkness. The sequel to 2009's reboot earned almost $229 million after opening May.
Oz: The Great and Powerful ends the year in 9th place at the domestic box office, taking in almost $235 million dollars during the four months it was in theaters.
After several lackluster films, Fast & Furious 6 had reinvigorated the series and took in almost $239 million. But the death of star Paul Walker has pushed back Fast & Furious 7 and left many wondering where the series goes next.
Disney's newest blockbuster has been tearing up the box office since opening at Thanksgiving. Frozen has earned more than $248 million in just a month in theaters.
Gravity surprised audience and critics alike, vaulting into sixth place at the box office. The story about astronauts George Clooney and Sandra Bullock struggling for survival in space has earned $254 million since opening in October.
Pixar's prequel to 2001's Monters University may have earned a sequel itself as the year's fifth highest grossing movie, taking in over $268 million dollars at the box office.
At $291 million earned at the box office, Man of Steel it's hard to believe that Man of Steel is considered a disappointment. However, it's already spawned the hottest movie of 2015 ... Batman vs. Superman.
The Minions were big again this year, powering their way to third place at the box office. While still officially in theaters, Despicable Me 2 has taken in almost $368 million dollars.
Katniss Everdeen again set the box office on fire with the second film in the Hunger Games series. With $391 million (and counting) earned at the box office, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire could still surpass our #1 movie ... in 2014.
Tony Stark is on top of the box office again, with Iron Man 3 finishing the year as the number one movie. The super hero took in a super $409 million after posting the year's biggest opening in May.