I'm trying to find a pro active way to have a list of all PRs that have not been updated for more then 24 hours emailed to people. Is this possible? Is there anything within JIRA I can do to highlight this?
Bitbucket itself does not have anything like this. You could raise a feature request here.
However, if you are interested, you could probably build some form of this yourself.
You could write a cronjob that pulls the pull request API for open pull requests that have not been updated in the past n hours, then emails the reviewers. Should you want to take this further still, you could even write a Connect Add-On, publish it so that all Bitbucket users can use it.
To find the URLs of all pull requests that haven't been updated in the past 24 hours, this could be a starting point
$ curl "https://api.bitbucket.org/2.0/repositories/user/slug/pullrequests?sort=updated_on" -G --data-urlencode \
'q=state = "OPEN" and updated_on < '`date --date="-24 hours" -Iseconds` \
| jq '.values.links.self.href'
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