Oh great, even an AI can make a film! FML.
Who fed it X-Men Origins Wolverine? That's not feeding that's poisoning.
Film is beautiful indeed, however, digital opens the door for people to be filmmakers, to tell stories. You can be cinematic in both. Some video game cutscenes can be more cinematic, than entire movies shot on film. Story is the most important element to make something cinematic. I am working on my first feature, in Zimbabwe, and digital is the best option where I am. No matter the medium, the mission is to tell the best story possible. And you gotta use what you have and do the best you can with it in order to grow. My two cents.
At the studio level tho, consider Iron Man (Film) versus Captain America Civil War (Digital-6K). There is a difference in the feel of those movies. How much is the writing, and how much is the medium? Or the effects of the mediums. Ultimately the story in Iron Man was better. If we look at the effects of the mediums (e.g. film makes you pragmatic; digital gives you options) that's only a reflection of how an individual director makes their movie, one person's pragmatism is another person's hell. Some films burn through millions of dollars in film reels that go unused. The mission is still to tell the best story possible, I do not think it's fair to say digital is disposable either, there are great and highly respected digital artists out there. Ok, now I go back to work.