I dunno. I didn't like MoS as much as I wanted. I thought everything about Man if Steel was excess. I also thought...
That moment where he had to kill Zodd was unearned. He spent the entire battle sequence not saving people and causing a tremendous amount of property damage, which probably got even more killed still. They never established him as a man that doesn't kill and won't let others die.
That entire film was a lot of moral grays. Though it was nice to see the nods to John Byrne's designs in the kryptonian council costumes. I also enjoyed seeing Russell Crowe fightin' 'round other worlds.
Singer's Superman gets a lot of crap. But I still liked it more. If only it hadn't been another real estate plot and it didn't have the kid.
I believe the movies are the director's/writers interpretation of the comic books, it is their spin on a batman/ironman/superman (etc) adventure. I don't think I can say they are better, as it is their interpretation of the comic book, so they really aren't the same thing.