Anyone who regularly shoots film in 2014 will tell you that it has its own look, totally distinguishable from digital. I tend to agree.
I spent a few months shooting my mom's old Minolta X-370, both in home-developed black and white and lab-processed color, and the results were, at the very least, interesting.
The images are at the mercy of my scanner (an Epson V700,) so I'm sure some of the shadow and highlight details are lost but, even so, I'm pleased with them. I'm especially fond of the black and white work, as it seems to carry an entirely different feel than that of digital photography. As always, the photos are mostly of that rust belt Utopia I call home, Buffalo.