Peter has a crush on his pretty classmate Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone). Peter is curious to learn more about his missing father. To find about him, he sneaks around Connors’ office and ends up getting bitten by a genetically modified spider. Then the bite makes Peter stronger and faster. Then, he gets his lady love and starts having fun with his Spider powers.
A cruel twist of fate takes his Uncle Ben away from him. Connors uses Peter’s formula that belonged to Peter’s father and uses it to renew his stump of an arm. In reality, Connors begins to wreak havoc with his newfound powers. In this series, Spiderman reveals his identity to many persons unlike earlier parts, where his identity wasn't revealed to many.
Andrew Garfield has done a nice job as Spider-Man and Peter Parker. Emma Stone is very good in her role also. Rhys Ifans does well as Dr. Curt Connors, but fails to deliver as The Lizard. Denis Leary as Captain Stacy (Gwen’s father), Martin Sheen and Sally Field also acted well. Irrfan Khan's role is very short role as an officer of Oscorp in the movie, but is pointing towards a good role in this series 2nd part.
On the whole, The Amazing Spider-Man is a one-time watch. However, the movie is not as good as per its strong hypes. The movie will keep you involved, but villain's (The Lizard) character could be improved. TRP gives The Amazing Spiderman 3- starts out of 5!