Santa came early this year! This may perhaps be the first ever contemporary, popular, full length movie ever subbed in Latin which is not based on religion. Correct me if I am wrong, but I cannot find anything else out there... The 2hr and 50min movie has been subtitled (about 98% of it) by a person named Gabriele Albarosa—a distinguished university academic in Italy (according to this site where I found the translation and where credit is due). It amounts to nigh 1200 transactions and apparently took 2 years to translate. The translation seems to use Latin idioms and speech; it does not try to emulate the English but is translated as it would have been had it been made in those times. It seems as if Gabriele did a lot of research. As for the subtitling, I grabbed an English .srt (subtitle) file and threw this translation atop it, replacing the English with Latin subs. I, in no way, can vouch for my accuracy or Gabriele's. I think that some parts were never double-checked with others by Gabriele as per the info on the aforementioned site. Perhaps, after 2 years, they burnt out? Who could blame them if they did?.. As for my work, it was a rushed job; you may see mistakes here and there—please go easy on me! The file seems to sync perfectly with the video (for me, at least)—beginning to end. If you are interested, the .srt file is below. Please note that you must procure the movie yourself; this is ONLY the subtitle file! If you decide to make changes to the file, such as corrections, I ask that you be courteous enough post the changes here, so we all can benefit. And please do not make corrections with the movie file attached or hardcoded within: the .srt file itself should suffice. Let us now enjoy Gladiator in the language which Rome's fathers intended it... Merry Christmas! p.s. The file has a .txt extension as this forum will not allow uploading of .srt extensions. You will have to change the extension to .srt after downloading to use it. Also, you can use any editor to view it's contents; you may clearly see the translation without the need for an .srt file editor if you are curious to peruse it.