Does Not Like Shoes: Lily, she seems to prefer going barefoot when human not bothering to wear shoes during the whole movie.
Even Evil Has Standards: Duckbone, Supperstein and Jolly Bob, unlike Blackbeard are not really very keen to kill either Morgan's crew or Jack (except Jolly Bob). There not very evil either, they seem to follow Blackbeard's orders more out of fear than loyalty.
Epic Fail: Almost every single time Supperstein even attempts to wield his sword in a fight.
Glamour Failure: The tree that magically creates food in order to lure people close can only work on one person at a time. For instance, Jack and Duckbone were both fooled (it made pizza for Jack and turkey legs for Duckbone) but since Jolly Bob wasn't hungry at the time. He wasn't tricked by the tree and got Duckbone away from it.
I'm Not Hungry: Non-villain example, Jack refuses the dinner Lucretia made as he's playing a Game Boy (while sitting at the dinner table no less).
Living Statue: The statue guardian that animates and attacks both Jack's group and the pirates.
Lovable Coward: Duckbone, Supperstein and Jolly Bob, more so Duckbone than the others.
MacGyvering: Special mention has to be made of Jack's hand built booby-traps made from some of the random items in his "magic" bag. Such as his music player playing taking Blackbeard and his men off guard with it's loud music, and his squirt gun being turned into a tree-sap shooter trap.
Rebel Prince: Morgan is a prince of England, he and his uncle (King George) aren't on the best of terms at the moment.
Rescue Romance: Lily saves Jack from drowning. Then he saves her when she turns back into a mermaid at the worst possible moment.
The Runaway: Jack, who wants to leave home because his mother seems to not care about him anymore. Lucretia catches him in the act and tries to convinces him that such is not true. Jack fits the "circus runaway" trope.