Yes. I give it an 8.3/10. My disclaimer here is that I've never followed the superman comic book series and cannot comment on how being a fan might affect watching the movie. Other than that, the only thing I can really fault it for is it being as action heavy as it is in the last third of the movie. Had it not been for the sensory overload of building collapses, explosions, implosions, breaks and quakes, I'd go see the movie again today, but it's a little much to wade through a second time in such short intervals, even if the rest of the movie was solid.
The plot is thin at points, usually when Lois is involved, but the movie is so pretty to look at and moves quick enough that it's hard not to shrug and follow along. Too, there are some character motivation and development issues that don't feel right at the moment but sit tight, because the backwards approach offers a mostly satisfying answer in each case a little later on.
It's got all sorts of blockbuster flair, but shouldn't be so easily dismissed as a summer one time throwaway. It's a movie with some of the seriousness of Batman and flash of Marvel movies, but with a hit in the care free fun department of the latter series. It's different, but still a worthwhile theatre experience.