"Your door-man's intimidating."
Parker's first line, and it's is totally in sync with the character we all grew up on.
Peter's such a nerd that Gwen would believe he'd climb 20 stories to avoid a confrontation with a doorman.
And, like all great Spider-Man lines, it's an in-joke for the audience - in the film this line probably lands after Spider-Man's kicked some criminal ass, so we know full-well that a scary door-man would be no match for our hero, and he's climbed in through Gwen's window presumably because it's more fun than walking in through the front door.
So far, so good, but what comes next is even more revealing in terms of how
The Amazing Spider-Man
is treating the Peter Parker character...