I beg to differ with the above opinions.
First on the movie itself: It is watchable, but that's about all. It is too vulgar, too unnecessary brutal, the storyline has logical faults and Daniel Craig is remarkably uncharismatic. I also agree with the above remark that some action scenes are too exaggerated and therefore boring. And what a disappointment the pre-title-scene was: Usually it is something that takes you by complete surprise, something with a completely unexpected turn. This time: Bond has a pistol and shoots somebody. Period. Big deal! Where are the likes of TND, Goldfinger or Octopussy?
As for the music: I think DA is doing a marvelous job and his music is the only thing that really stands out in this film. Yes he is not your Michel-actors-get-out-of-my-way-i-am-doing-a-lyrical-poem-here-Legrand, but who wants that? Arnolds music is always appropriate, exciting, carrying a lot of scenes that would fail on their own but it still stands very well on its own. And as for the music being interchangeable: I do not agree, but even if so: What about the films themselves? I will not even mention the Connery-Bonds, but look how different FYEO is from Octopussy (yes, it is partly also due to JB, but that's not the only difference). But is there much difference between TND and TWINE? And as for the "techno-beats", some of Arnolds music is so rich in structure that it carries the scene and yet does not reveal itself completely on first listening. It is a music that grows on you each new time you are listening to it, and this is exactly what makes good music in my opinion.
And speaking about interchangeable music: I am a big admirer of JB in general and his Bond music in particular, but wasn't he the one who has given us the 007-theme over and over again from FRWL to OHMSS to DAF? (I am NOT talking about the James-Bond-theme which has its obvious place in the series).