Here we go again with the purist mentality. I knew it was coming...
If it weren't shot in full M, manual focus, and with film, it wasn't good. I know the argument isn't that extreme, but there is absolutely and objectively nothing better at all about film shooting vs. digital shooting. If you think digital produces less than 1% great shots, tell that to Peter Read Miller. Remember, he shot with four EOS-1V's and now shoots with four 1Dx's. Does he get less than 1% of his original great shots from when he shot with film? If you're talking burst mode, who cares? He's getting the shots and he's simply using technology to MAKE SURE he gets it. The exposure and composition are still correct, so who cares how many "bursts" it took to time it correctly? If anything, we have MORE great shots because of that, not to mention AF locking.
People make assumptions and that's what the OP stated and feared. Assumptions that aren't backed at all and the biggest assumption is that digital photographers aren't as careful or creative or don't work very hard to get a great shot, when that is biggest load of bull ever.
In my opinion, if you know what you're doing, are careful and creative, there is nothing special or more "pure" about film than digital. Get a digital camera and don't waste money on film, unless you love doing film specifically.