Been a while since I’ve shot any 35mm film. It took me around a month to use the roll of FP4+ that’d been in my Nikkormat EL.
If you shoot medium format and 35mm, like me), you’ll always (more than likely) be disappointed with the size of the negative- it’s tiny in comparison to MF and miniscule up against 4”x 5” or 8”x 10”.
Just think, your full frame DSLR’s sensor is the same size as a 35mm negative. Not very big really.
That said, the technology has improved over the years and the resolution of digital is pretty good now. 
It’s a matter of taste as to whether or not you like to shoot film…although there may be a bit of skill required too. 
I love film and the look of film. I still shoot film, just not as much as I’d like for clients…yet!
Let’s face it, most, if not all digital photographers spend money on plug ins for Lightroom/ Photoshop/ Capture One etc to achieve that “look”. 
A lot of film photographers (probably most) scan their negatives, so really, your film work ends up being a hybrid of analogue and digital. It still looks different to a fully digital image though.

Some 35mm images shot with the Nikkormat. used a Series E 28mm f/2.8 and an AlS Micro- Nikkor 55mm for these shots. I also used a red filter to increase contrast.
FP4+ developed in Kodak D76 for 10 minutes.

Using Format