To start with, you've watched one of the two DCU movies this year only, the good one. Whatever Wonder Woman has going for it, Justice League more than makes up for in mediocrity, which puts the tally at over 50% of the studio's movies, and that's only because I like Man of Steel more than most. Now, you may not like the Marvel formula that much, and there certainly wasn't anything in the same tone as WW's most thrilling scenes, but none of those movies were war films, not to mention I would argue they are all better written, constructed and generally well made than WW. And even if you don't believe that, unless you're the one person I know who likes the DCU's fest of drab and dreary, you're basing your praise on a single movie, out of five.
Then you have 20th Century Fox who this year released the first X-Men (discounting Deadpool) movie worthy of the name since First Class - or, if you're me, the original trilogy. So they have to get their act together too. And that's not to mention Sony, which finally got Spider-Man right, by letting Marvel do all the work, or the Power Rangers movie.
Which is why I don't begin to see how Feige is the one who should get his act together. By all accounts, among people who like these movies, he's had a hell of a year.