I watched it once on TV. Not sure if it was a movie, or a TV show/series.

  • Some guy was trying to capture some bad guys (how much I can remember) and his girlfriend or maybe his female police partner (not sure - maybe both), got into a car accident, or was otherwise wounded by those bad guys. She wound up in "hospital", where they turned her into a cyborg! She woke up during the operation and escaped through the hallways to the hospital roof, where it is shown to be night-time and raining. The guy shows up on the rooftop as well, and the two start arguing in the rain, where she says something like "I'm a monster", or "I'm a freak" and shows her robotic hand! It's similar to a scene from Terminator 2: Judgment Day - with a robotic arm, half in skin, half machine, robotic fingers wiggling in the rain, with rain drops bouncing off of them.

  • At the end of movie, when they beat those bad guys... they are in an apartment, where the guy sits on a couch, and she sits on his lap like a stripper and begins to "vibrate" - the camera zooms out and shows the building from the street, and there is earthquake like.

  • The girl wasn't blonde... her hair was dark brown or possibly black.

  • They were a younger couple.

  • I think it's from the '90s.

  • It's in color.

  • Language is English.

I can say that it's not:

  • The Demolitionist
  • Robo Chic
  • Steel and Lace
  • Eve Of Destruction
  • The Nemesis series

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It could be Bionic Woman (2007 TV series).

  • You aren't sure whether it was a movie or TV series.
  • The girl isn't blonde, she has dark brown hair.
  • She's nearly killed in a car accident, and is surgically reconstructed with bionic implants by her own boyfriend.
  • There's a scene where she wakes up after the operation and sees that she has a cybernetic arm. She gets mad and starts lashing out.
  • At the end of the episode, there's a fight on a rooftop, at night, in the rain.

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You were mistaken in a previous question about The Secret of the Incas' Empire, where you said it was in English language, and described some scenes which totally don't exist in that movie. So consider that perhaps you don't remember everything so well!

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    Could you edit this to explain how it matches the description given in the question? This guide gives some useful pointers for what to include.
    – TheLethalCarrot
    Commented Dec 18, 2020 at 16:53
  • She also unwillingly become cyborg because of car accident. And get mad when discover what she become. Commented Dec 18, 2020 at 17:36
  • ArkhamWrath do a little research about Bionic Woman 2007. I writing on the phone and i don't know how to post a link. Commented Dec 18, 2020 at 17:54
  • Name of the link in square brackets, link in parentheses, no space in-between. But we do need you to edit in any matching details.
    – FuzzyBoots
    Commented Dec 18, 2020 at 18:04
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    I don't know what and how to respond on Angelique answer. Its 99% similar to what i search for and almost looks identical. Bcs of this site rules i have o vote and check it as acceptable answer. You win this round ! Commented Dec 18, 2020 at 19:11

It's Running Delilah (1993) with Kim Cantrell as the cyborg lady. According to Wikipedia it was released in the U.K. as Cyborg Agent. (In the horrible German translation it is called Cyborg Agent.) Cattrall has dark (black or almost) hair instead of her usual blonde as shown on the poster.

"Running Delilah" poster showing a dark-haired Kim Cattrall as Delilah holding a gun and Billy Zane

The movie blurb reads:

Top agent Delilah dies in a risky mission against weapons dealer Kercharian. She is revived using high-tech medicine and given artificial body parts. She returns as an invincible superwoman and continues her fight against Kercherian, who is currently seeking plutonium from Russia.

Anyway, it's trashy in a way that's it's kinda good at times. But not often. No chemistry between her and Billy Zane doesn't help either.

I found a copyright-infringing (hence not linked) Spanish copy of the movie on YouTube and confirmed that the movie ends with Delilah and Paul having sex and Delilah causing the entire hotel they're in to vibrate, causing chandeliers to shake and windows to break.

  • Running Delilah (1993) -- starring Kim Cattrall and Billy Zane -- was apparently released as Cyborg Agent in some countries. I haven't seen it, but the brief overview of the plot on the Wikipedia page seems fairly consistent with the OP's description. Commented May 17 at 15:06
  • @LogicDictates Ha, thanks for finding that. I tried searching for "cyborg agent" on IMDb, and that didn't come up at all. Do we try to turn this into a proper answer, or wait for OP to do it?
    – DavidW
    Commented May 17 at 15:23
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    I'd say fix it. They can always fix it further. Or if you're putting a lot of work into it, write your own answer.
    – FuzzyBoots
    Commented May 17 at 15:54
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    @DavidW - I was planning to give Ferdinand Humperdinck a few hours to chime in on my comment, then maybe edit the answer myself if there's no response. If you or anyone else wants to edit it sooner, be my guest. Commented May 17 at 15:57
  • Thanks for completing my answer. Didn't have any time since I wrote it, so couldn't have completed it even if my recollection had been better. :/) Commented May 19 at 23:58

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