This item is a PowerPoint of 100 movie titles written in Latin. Each slide appears first with the movie's title in Latin and the year in which it was released in Roman Numerals. Then after clicking you can see its poster and the vocabulary entries for the title's words. Some slides also contain notes, alternative titles, or alternative words.
These titles/slides are helpful jumping-off points for discussions about the vocabulary or grammar used. Students can be prompted to come up with alternative titles and teachers can use the titles to discuss the English constructions and what is ambiguous or might have multiple meanings. The titles are great opportunities to discuss Latin and English grammar in parallel because the grammar and vocabulary are focused and the subject matter is colorful.
Please note that in the spirit of movie titles I have as much as possible placed nouns in apposition. Where this seemed barbaric I used a genitive. I have generally placed adjectives after the nouns they modify, but reversed them where it seemed appropriate. I have not used any pronouns in place of articles.
Please also note that the titles selected are from a wide array of time periods, ratings, and genres. Consider reviewing the titles and selecting those appropriate for your students before using.