The movie is based on a script which is in no way related to Asimov's book. Marketing slapped the Asimov brand on it and a couple of scenes which refer to Asimov's stories were added at that point.
Smith's movie actually incorporates several themes and ideas from the original book.
No, the basic premise of the movie (robots turning against their makers) is the complete opposite of Asimov's books.
"I, Robot" is a collection of short stories. As "Golden Age" scifi it's top-of-the-line, but it's pretty outdated so any one story from it would make a pretty horrible movie.
Like most AI and robot movies, it is a variation on Frankenstein, and as such not very original. A movie in the spirit of Asimov's stories would be a lot more refreshing.