I agree on the advantages of film, let's make that clear by the way.
However the look I get from some films is very hard if not impossible to emulate in photoshop.
The workflow is terrible compared to digital, the files are much more muddy in the shadows etc.
That pretty much is how it's turned out. Film, approaching 200 years old technology now, (1824!) is extremely refined at this point and is going to likely remain a better solution if you are interested in maximum color and contrast quality. ie - film still looks more "real" to most people.
But it's hideously slow and 99% of clients just don't care compared to digital(or want you to convert to digital so they can use it on their computer). And for anything where you have to tweak it a lot, like wedding photography, digital is also far superior. People don't want realistic, they want something that looks like a daydream/memory. Digital also is great for that.
Still, if you don't shoot daily for a living, a scanner and film can do amazing things for a lot less money than a typical digital setup. Also if you are looking for street photography or stuff to exhibit film can look dramatically better. Especially if there's huge contrast or very low lighting. Me? I go through maybe 30-40 rolls a year, mostly of scenery and city life, so scanning and film is still the best solution, plus I really like the look of several specific films.
So film has pretty much become a lot like large format - never going to go away and more of an artist's format. That's fine with me, since that's how I shoot. Plus, good Fuji film is pretty inexpensive if bought in bulk. (I like Fuji Reala myself for trips and so on - personal preference)
My only real gripe is the selection of film types has become incredibly small. It used to be that finding film slower than 100 was easy. Now, even ISO 50 is hard to find, let alone ISO 25, which is basically find it if you can and store it... This is a shame, since digital cameras don't DO 25 or slower - the sensors aren't nearly that sensitive.
It's easy to get spoiled by ISO 50 or slower... heh. I hope that someone makes a decent ISO 25 film like Agfapan 25 again. Probably not...