I believe this is an old movie, since I watched it 10+ years ago. The story is about a robot (female robot) who is pregnant with—I'm not sure, a robot or human baby.

The opening sequence is pretty similar to Future World (2018), where there are motorcycles cruising the desert. However, after near the compound, those motorcycles suddenly stopped and threw their drivers in the air because of an anti-electronic measure of some sort.


Pretty sure you're looking for Cyborg 3: The Recycler from 1994.

Cash, the heroine of Cyborg 2, is living safe in the free zone. But not for long. Biomechanical problems are taking down her systems and a visit to a doctor in Silica confirms her worst fears. She is more then a marvel of cyborg technology. She is the first of her kind to become a creator - she is pregnant.

Features a desert setting, a compound, lots of bikers, and a force field that disables their vehicles. Here's the trailer:

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  • If accepted, it would be a dupe of scifi.stackexchange.com/questions/49940/… – FuzzyBoots Jun 21 at 18:19
  • Thank you Walt, this is what I was looking for! @FuzzyBoots, I've looked at your linked Q and I don't think this is a dupe of that. Although, if an admin thinks it is, they're free to merge this one. I've not problem with that :) – ariefbayu Jun 22 at 2:11
  • @ariefbayu It's part of site policy that if two story-identification questions have the same answer, one is the dupe of the other. – FuzzyBoots Jun 22 at 2:20
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    It won't hurt your question. It just means that we already have an answer and it makes it easier to link them in the system. – FuzzyBoots Jun 22 at 2:21
  • Ah, I see. But seriously, I don't mind if this question marked as dupe and I lost my reps. – ariefbayu Jun 22 at 2:38

Could this be Karate-Robo Zaborgar?

The basic plot is that there's a loose-cannon cop named Yutaka Daimon who rides around on a motorcycle kicking the living crap out of Sigma, an organization of criminal cyborgs. His secret weapon: his motorcycle, which is actually a transforming robot that knows karate, has a machine gun in its mouth, and shoots remote control helicopters and cars with drills on the front out of its head and feet, respectively.


Not two minutes after Daimon and Miss Borg are finished consummating their relationship, her stomach starts glowing, which I think we all recognize as a sure sign of half-robot pregnancy. Unfortunately, there's a battle not long after where Daimon is forced to choose between love and justice, causing Zaborgar to gain sentience and self-destruct while bear-hugging Miss Borg.


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The "pregnant robot" theme reminds me of Batteries Not Included, which refers to a robot child which is apparently stillborn. The robots are more akin to small pets than androids.

I don't think this movie involved motorcycles to any significant extent, though.

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