Not really. I'd never force someone to love me, because what's the appeal of coaxing someone into pretending that they care about you?
If I got superman-like powers I wouldn't know what to do with them. I feel like superheroes only really work if there's an equally powerful force of evil to match, much like the movie tried to convey, because otherwise you get, well, him. If there's nothing to match your strength or jeopardize your status, you're just put in a massive power imbalance and anything you do would be overly extreme. For smaller problems, everyday people already cover that: firemen, policemen, paramedics, in a more organized and reliable manner than someone trying to play the part of the hero.
Not to mention that crime is far more complex than comics make it out to be, real crime is either too small to care, or organized, petty, violent and dirty. I'd probably try to intervene in small situations that actually matter, like zapping murderers, kidnappers, rapists, armed robbers, the type of crime that I could actually intervene for the better. Otherwise you get drug cartels and other organized shit that are far more complicated to deal with, since you'd have to go full detective to get who's behind anything and then deal with a shitton of stuff like manufacture, distribution, contacts, enemies... Some shit is just outside the grasp of superpowers, it's not like if you kill the leader you can call it a day and the cartel falls apart.