Miss Representation. The documentary is all about the negative manner in which the media portrays women. Either they are pretty and vapid with eating disorders or they are "ball busters" if they are in a position of power without being attractive. This is a growing influence on teen girls especially, leading to anorexia and bulimia.
I think that this impacted me since I actually developed an eating disorder when I was in middle school. I was anorexic and ended up losing like thirty to forty pounds in a couple of months. I was barely eating one meal a day and although I was thrilled about how I looked, it was just so unhealthy. I dealt with eating problems for years and it was amazing how well I hid it from everyone. It took me wanting to change myself and some really good friends in college before I finally kicked the habit. What's really funny is that now, if I am even late with a meal, I start getting hunger sickness.
This brings me to Terra Nova. I recently started watching it because a friend posted as their status: