* How far away was Rufio when he threw the coconut at Peter? It was traveling fast enough to have no discernible arc, yet - ''after it was thrown,'' there was time for A) a boy to notice it was thrown and yell a warning, B) another boy to grab a sword and toss it to Peter, and C) Peter to execute a 360-degree spinning attack to chop it in half. A hail-Mary 50-yard football pass doesn't take that long to reach its target. Does Peter have magical time-dilation powers?
** Your issue is with physics in a movie about people who can fly by thinking happy thoughts.
** The coconut was imaginary, so Peter simply imagined it moving slowly enough for him to bisect it?
* Where do ''pirates'' come from? Hook remarks during his suicide scene that he's been killing Lost Boys and Indians for most of his life, and Rufio mentions that Lost Boys kill pirates. Neverland Indians can reproduce in the wild (see: Tiger Lily) and new Lost Boys "fall out of their prams" and/or are brought to Neverland by fairies. But actual, cutlass-swinging pirates? How is their population replenished? They can't be actual sailors washed out to sea, as they probably wouldn't be keen on the retro-pirate lifestyle and would have heard the story of Peter Pan and realise where they were.
** Lost Boys who grow up and forget, perhaps?
** I always thought they were the personifications of bad fathers.
** That or, being the resident adults, they make more pirates the old-fashioned way.. with every saucy wench in every port.