Yes, of course there is a tool that converts any other language into any other spoken or written language!
It's called a universal translator and this handy device is used in the Star Trek universe.
If you're not a trekkie but more a Douglas Adams fan, i suggest obtaining a Babelfish at your local pet shop.
If you just want to live in the actual real world and are willing to pay a lot of money, hire a interpreter to do the translation for you.
If you just need subtitles in your local language for this movie, then go do some googling.
Geno: I thought the only difference between Italian and English was the -a after every first word in a sentence? It's-a me, Mario. I-a like pizza. That-a sort of stuff. Perhaps-a there is a -a removal tool.