I wonder how many times in the past 10+ years this conversation has taken place. and since I really couldn't be bothered to read through 6 pages of people giving their opinion I skipped to the end to say
It depends what you want to shot, what you want to do and who's going to see your work.
There are still a lot of high-end studio fashion shooters that will shoot film (mainly medium format of course) and totally swear by it for what work they do. Sure digital has it's place - hasselblad, phaseone etc - make perfectly amazing digital cameras for that kind of work yet there are still people favouring to shoot film.
Enlarging is one of the major issues with digital photography - of course it depends on what work you do - if you're doing the kind of commercial work that is going to be plastered on billboards that are 10 meters across - digital probably isn't the best way to go about that work.
For certain applications digital is better - a client wants something done at short notice and wants samples asap... digital is the way to go about that kind of work.
The kind of corporate head-shot work where clients will want to see results on the day, or even as you're shooting via a monitor - obviously digital is better in that respect.
as I said... it depends on what you want to shoot as to whether or not Film is better or Digital is better.
If in doubt - stock that fridge with as much 35/120 as you can get your hands on just in case! =D