The funny thing about this statement is that it's provably untrue that you simply have criticisms. From an outside perspective you have an almost unreasonable hate-on for Lego's Licensed themes.
Also, the assertion that Originality is what made Lego what it is today... that's provably false.
Originality (in this case, Bionicle) saved Lego, sure, but it certainly never made them the most money. Licensed themes have been the highest grossing for years (with maybe the exception of Ninjago) meaning that your vaunted Original Lines were actually what was killing Lego.
I don't say this to be mean, I say it simply because we see an inordinate number of references to how terrible Licensed Lines are in the vast majority of your posts. You say something enough times and it starts to look less like criticism and more like hate.
As for the remake comments, sure, link two videos and claim that "All the fans think it's terrible." Yes, M&R and Jang had it on their lists of worst remakes in their opinion, BUT:
1) That wasn't what was being disputed
2) There are comments on both those videos disagreeing with the contents.
Link videos all you want but there's exaggerating to reinforce a point and then there's blatantly making a false equivalency. This skews towards the latter, and it's part of why I'm disinclined to agree with you where I otherwise hold similar views.
So... Like the Death Star, which was Remade once? I'll grant you the Millenium Falcon has been remade a ton, but you also forget that it is iconic. And you also forget that Lego stops producing sets after a certain time, usually max two years (Or 4 full release seasons) which means that eventually, some kid is going to grow up wishing he could've had the Millenium Falcon, and now that he can afford it, it no longer exists in stores. Cue Lego's well timed re-release.
Say what you will about the licensed themes "Killing Lego's Creativity." Personally I'd love to see more originality from them because Ninjago just isn't my thing. HOWEVER to imply that they should stop what they are doing to go down that road isn't just silly, it's downright misguided.
Star Wars and Licensed themes kept Lego alive. Without them, they never would've had the money to make anything much less something original. And with that, I direct you once again to the Inika Builds.
EDIT: ADDITIONALLY I want to make a point about both the Falcon and the Police stations as you started the topic with:
The first Millennium Falcon set was released in 2000. The next, 2004, the next, 2007, then 2011, then 2015, then the new one to coincide with the Solo movie. That's not that unreasonable for something like the Falcon. Don't know if you've ever walked into a toy store or hobby shop before, but I don't think any of them have ever NOT stocked a Millennium Falcon in SOME form ever since Star Wars became a pop culture hit. The fact that Lego isn't releasing them MORE often is actually what you should be shocked by.
And as far as the Police Stations go, I have one simple question for you:
Do you live in a city? And if so, does your city have only one police station, or many? And there are more than one, do they all look the same?
You're falling into the trap of forgetting that Lego is one of those things that goes on more or less forever. If you buy a police station now, It will go away next year, or two years, and then eventually be replaced with a new one so that the kids just getting into it will have something different than what everyone else has. It's the exact same principle that keeps Apple making a new phone every year, and it works.
Because let's face it, if the entire City Line never changed, you'd only buy one version of the set that you wanted and you'd never buy another one, then no one would buy it, then lego would be out of money and have to cancel the line or risk going under.
Huh, sounds a lot like Bionicle doesn't it?